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Joseph Tsai or Tsai Chung-hsin (Chinese: 蔡崇信; pinyin: Cài Chóngxìn; born January 1964) is a Taiwanese-Canadian billionaire businessman. He is the co-founder and executive vice chairman of Alibaba Group.
Joseph Tsai was born in Taipei, Taiwan to Dr. Paul C. Tsai (Chinese: 蔡中曾, died May 4, 2013), a second-generation lawyer, and his wife Ruby. He has three younger siblings, Eva, Vivian, and Benjamin. At age 13, Tsai was sent by his parents to the Lawrenceville School, where he played lacrosse and was a member of the Cleve House. Tsai enrolled in his father’s alma mater, Yale University, and played lacrosse there as well. He received a Bachelor of Arts’ degree in economics and East Asian studies from Yale College in 1986, and a juris doctor degree from Yale Law School in 1990.
Tsai’s father, Dr. Paul C. Tsai, a native of Huzhou in Zhejiang, China, was born and grew up in Shanghai and moved to Taiwan in 1948. He came to Yale in 1953, received a LL.M. degree in 1954, and in 1957 became the first ever from Taiwan to receive a J.S.D. degree from Yale Law. Upon graduation, he returned to Taiwan, served in various key government roles for 8 years, and played a leading role in drafting policies and laws that contributed to Taiwan’s economic miracle and integration into the international economy. In 1965, he turned to private practice and with his father, Ruchin Tsar (Chinese: 蔡六乘, born Jan 2, 1903 in Shanghai and died 1993), founded Taiwan’s first partnership law firm Tsar & Tsai, an industry pioneer with a reputation for quality and innovation, which also contributed greatly to Taiwan’s growth and development, particularly in the international arena by representing multinational corporations to attract foreign capital to Taiwan.